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Clever Intelligence

"Ingenious Organizers"

Mathematics, human languages, computer languages or any complex system that can be understood and organized are the domain of this group. "Ingenious Organizers" are self-directed. The quest is to know as much as possible, be as competent as possible, and to reorganize the information to its most proficient and excellent level. Since they function well without a group of people, they are often seen as indifferent. They simply don't confront anyone because they are too busy with their thoughts. From their point of view, almost everyone is less competent so, when a less educated idea is expressed, "Ingenious Organizers" will correct the other person and defend their own concept.

Demanding perfection, or at least total competence of themselves, these people have an unspoken sense of inadequacy. To ask them "Why" they did it a certain way is to challenge their intelligence. "What" and "How" questions offer an opportunity for "Ingenious Organizers" to explain their brilliance. That an alternative solution exists, based upon some currently unseen or unknown information, is a given. They are curious to discover the new truth and to reorganize everything based upon it. However, the cost will be that their previously held truth will be shown to be less perfect than previously thought.

Word games, brainteasers, seemingly unsolvable computer problems are the recreational domain of this personality style. They can organize the laws of the universe, the types of personalities of people, the languages of computer software or any other complexity.


Relationship Secrets

  Motivated By
  • Allow them to be the teacher/instructor.
  • Control.
  • Don't expect a lot of outward expressions of warmth.
  • Freedom to implement their ideas.
  • Let them be in charge -- resisting is often futile.
  • Mental stimulation and challenges.
  • New or additional knowledge.
  • Respect their competence.
  • Respect their independence.
  •   Relationship Hints
  • Allow them to be the teacher/instructor.
  • Don't expect a lot of outward expressions of warmth.
  • Let them be in charge -- resisting is often futile.
  • Respect their competence.
  • Respect their independence.
  •   Communication Hints
  • Avoid meaningless chit chat.
  • Be extremely well-prepared.
  • Be logical in your verbal presentation.
  • Competence is an absolute must.
  • Don't be afraid of providing new possibilities and ideas.
  • Mentally challenge their competent minds.
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    Yellow Group

    Defender of Truth and Rights
    Green Group

    Creative Users of Tools
    1. Social Facilitators
    5. Traditional Mangers
    9. Selfless Servants
    13. Dutiful Inspectors
    2. Social Illustrators
    6. Completitive Users of Tools
    10. Impulsive Players
    14. Tool Experts

    Blue Group

    Friendly Visionary
    Red Group

    Clever Intelligence
    3. Personal Developers
    7. People Motivators
    11. Empathetic Inspiration
    15. Theoretical Perfectionists
    4. Planed Directions
    8. Verbal Enterpreneurs
    12. Pratical Perfectionists
    16.Ingenious Organizers